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Way back before the world was made, Atum the creator sat lonely and alone. Finally he decided to create something, so he wouldn't be lonely anymore. His first two children were twins named Shu and Tefnut: air and moisture. From Shu and Tefnut, came Geb and Nut (earth and sky) and everything in them. Atum was so happy to have company that he cried, and his tears turned into people. It's a crazy story, but isn't it sweet? These twins have been there and seen it all.
Shu and Tefnut (The "nut" in Tefnut rhymes with "boot")
Ruti (The Twin Lions), The Eyes of Atum, Wonder Twins, Left and Right
Shu is male, Tefnut is female
Iunu (Heliopolis, modern Cairo)
Blowing up a storm as the wind and rain
Their father Atum taught them everything
Atum is their maker and lord
Only one: Atum
They are brother and sister. Not sure how it works, but sometimes, Ra is their brother, too.
Geb and Nut
Our friends are our family. Everything that exists is our child.
We're far too old for enemies.
Married to each other
Each other. Back off!
"'Tis an ill wind that blows no minds." – Malaclypse the Younger (Gregory Hill)
Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
Leonard Cohen's music fills our days, even though it's sort of sad, like Famous Blue Raincoat.
Singing in the Rain